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  • flying restrictions

    has anyone flow lately i was wondering what was ok to bring on and what was not?

    i'm going on the 21 and i was wondering if i could transport a game system in my carry on also can we bring our cell phones on the plane
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    Re: flying restrictions

    From what I know, you can bring a cell phone on the plane but, you can't have it on or use it.

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    • #3
      Re: flying restrictions

      Cellphones - yes
      Laptops - yes
      CD players and iPods - yes
      Liquids - yes as long as they are 3oz or less and all fit in a one quart clear plastic Ziploc baggie

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      • #4
        Re: flying restrictions

        bring a cell phone on the plane but, you can't have it on or use it.
        thats always been a rule!

        thanks for the info it really helps
        sigpicDISNEYROYALTY

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        • #5
          Re: flying restrictions

          Here's the complete list, from the FAA:

          http://www.tsa.gov/travelers/airtrav...ted-items.shtm

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          • #6
            Re: flying restrictions

            Are PSP okay to take on a plane?

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            • #7
              Re: flying restrictions

              Yes...but you can only use it when the plane gets above 10,000 feet (there will be an announcement). You can take any electronics on the plane you want, but the more you take, the longer the search will be, PLUS, you might not be able to actually USE the electronics if it is not an approved device. Many airlines allow you to set your phone to "game mode" and use it in-flight, but it follows the 10,000 feet rule. Southwest lets you use your phone as soon as you land (even before getting to the gate and opening the door).

              As for the other carry-on restrictions, follow that link. Get a quart-size, zippable, clear plastic bag for your liquids that you plan on carrying with you (like nasal spray, cologne/perfume, hand lotion), but make sure they aren't over 3.3 fluid ounces each or you'll have to toss 'em.

              All that is outlined in the link provided by the kind Sosai_X
              "Faith is the art of holding on to things your reason has once accepted in spite of your changing moods." -- C.S. Lewis

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